Mitchell International recently unveiled the Mitchell Estimating Cloud, a cloud-based estimating system designed to simplify the estimating process and quickly create accurate appraisals.
Mitchell and Bosch Automotive Service Solutions Announce Collaboration to Deliver the Mitchell Diagnostics System
Mitchell states that its patent-pending collision diagnostic system combines the best-in-class aftermarket scan tool with workflow application to document pre- and post-repair scans.
Latest report looks at the impact of scanning and diagnostics for auto collision repairs, how the insurance industry is using artificial intelligence, and more.
Mitchell has announced enhancements to its estimating solutions related to scanning and diagnostics.
Latest report examines total loss trends, shares insights from Mitchell’s 2016 P&C Conference, and highlights challenges facing the third-party auto claims market.
Mitchell Parts will now connect collision repair shops with their suppliers to streamline and automate the parts procurement process, benefiting all parties in the automotive claims and collision repair supply chain.
Mitchell International Appoints Jack Rozint Vice President of Sales & Service of Auto Physical Damage
An industry veteran, Rozint has more than 20 years of information service experience in the auto claims and collision industries.
In this edition, Alex Sun, Mitchell’s president and CEO, discusses prominent technology and trends that are currently shaping the world and impacting the P&C industry.
Mitchell International’s annual AutoChex Premier Achiever Awards recognize elite-performing body shops across the U.S. based on consumer feedback from more than 7,500 repair centers.
The awards honor top-performing collision repair shops throughout the U.S. for impeccable customer service.
The revamped app adds additional on-the-go flexibility and solutions that improve workflow and internal processes.
The Premier Achiever Awards honor repairers that consistently earn customer satisfaction scores in the top five percent of their programs as measured by AutocheX.